Spending most of their time online, a lot of people have become very dependent on mobile devices, especially smartphones not only for keeping in touch with friends and loved ones, but also for their daily dose of humor, news, and entertainment.
With different activities – messaging on various platforms, posting on social media, surfing the web, online shopping, streaming music and videos, and playing games, seeing the low battery message even before the day ends is the last thing one wants to see.
V19 Neo can handle Google, Gmail, Facebook, WhatsApp, Messenger, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and other heavily used applications that typically drain a standard battery.
Its 4,500mAh battery works harmoniously with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 AIE, along with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, allowing for fast app launches, better navigation, and effortless multitasking while also allowing users to play resource-intensive games for hours.
The handset also features multi-turbo functions such as AI Turbo and Game Turbo, to offer an elevated and exciting gaming experience when playing PUBG Mobile, NBA 2K, MLBB, or other favorite RPS’s, shooters, sims, puzzle, strategy, racing, sports, and AR games.
With a battery that powers up hours of game time, the V19 Neo also has Ultra Game Mode which allows you to game undisturbed by blocking messages and alerts.
In the event that the battery gets depleted, you’re sure to be back up in almost no time, thanks to Dual-Engine Fast-Charging that juices up the battery in a flash. vivo’s newest mid-ranger also boasts an Ultra-O AMOLED display that makes the gaming experience even more thrilling.
The device’s 6.44-inch FHD+ display brings out vibrant and authentic colors, while its low brightness anti-flicker technology also provides added protection for the eyes, especially when playing in low-light and dark conditions.
V19 Neo comes in two colors – Admiral Blue and Crystal White and retails for PhP17,999 at authorized vivo stores nationwide. To know more, click here.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.